Stenger introduced as 7th Binghamton University president
Saying it had a "very nice ring to it," SUNY Chancellor Nancy Zimpher on Nov. 28 officially introduced Harvey G. Stenger to the campus as the seventh president of Binghamton University at a news conference attended by more than 100 people in the Anderson Center. Stenger will begin his duties Jan. 1. Read more.
Advice for graduates: be revolutionary
Binghamton University graduates were challenged to help the world by leading a "revolutionary life" during the Fall Commencement ceremony at the Events Center. Read more.
Volunteer spotlight: Sean Hembrick '09
Since shortly after he graduated, Sean Hembrick has spoken to high school students at about seven college fairs per year. For his efforts, the Alumni Association presented him with the 2011 Alumni Admissions Volunteer Recognition Award. Read more.
Providing opportunities for talented undergraduates
Long-time Binghamton University supporters Steven Bloom '78 and Susan Rosen Bloom '80 made a gift to establish a scholarship for high-achieving undergraduate students. Read more.
Binghamton grad wins on Jeopardy
Sergio Llorian '94 loves to travel and take chances in life. He found himself in an interesting situation when he got the call from the game show Jeopardy! while vacationing in Hawaii. Read more.
Join us at Winter Madness on Feb. 4
The excitement of Bearcats basketball is back! Show your Binghamton spirit at the biggest on-campus alumni event of the winter. We'll have men's and women's home basketball games, plus an indoor tailgate party. Read more.
Our New Hampshire alumni chapter is already looking forward to its next event when the Bearcats men's basketball team visits the University of New Hampshire in February. In October, the chapter hosted a gathering at The University of New Hampshire to watch the Bearcats take on the UNH Wildcats in men's soccer. Though the Bearcats did not come out on top, the alumni enjoyed perfect weather, an exciting game and great company. In addition, they had a chance to meet with men's soccer Coach Paul Marco and the incredibly supportive parents of the Bearcats players. Pictured above are John Dreyer, MS '76, Sheila Dreyer, Mike Heaney '87, Tom Leyden '98 and Andy Fiedler '98.